I hope this update finds you all enjoying summer and doing well!
I have remained busy learning everything I can to continue to help you all! I have taken the following courses since May:
1. Environmental Health Symposium (19 hours)
2. Great Plains Lab testing, Mold, and more (16 hours)\
3. Dr. Kharrazian Hashimoto Course (12 hours)
4. Dr. Horowitz and Neil Nathan Lyme and Tick Diseases, Mold, Vagus nerve (24 hours)
5. CIRS training with Dr. Shoemaker and Dr. Heyman (80+ hours over a month)
I have now completed my Lyme course as well as my month-long intensive CIRS course. I have so much to share about these courses! I just recreated the entire CIRS education page - so please check that out. I would encourage those of you affected by CIRS to please watch all of the videos. They are all new and updated. There are new updates that will affect each of you! In addition, I broadened the information significantly to truly enable you to understand the process as well as why you feel the way you do. These videos serve as an essential tool for sharing new treatments, testing, and more so that I do not have to spend billable time with each of you one-on-one to cover the content included. If you are equipped with the information in these videos, it makes our clinic time together more valuable and productive.
I also wanted to update you with some testing that I have available at discount prices. I was able to order this testing at significantly discounted prices after one of my conferences. As always, the prices below are at my cost.
I have the following tests available if you are interested:
All the above are urine tests so there are no draw fees.
As you will see when reviewing the videos, there are changes to the Foundational and Step 1 plans as far as med and supplements options. If you can let me know which of the new supplements you want, I will place a large order soon.
astly, I just wanted to clarify the best way to get a hold of me:
My number is 320-491-1691
Ron's number is 320-424-0771
Please call Ron with questions regarding the website, billing, placing supplement orders (if you know what you need) and other logistics. Also, if you can't get a hold of me, you are always welcome to call Ron as a backup and he can at least give you an idea as to when I can get back to you. (for example, this morning I was unexpectedly unavailable due to my oldest daughter landing in the ER...she's home now and doing fine :)
Please reach out to me for any medical issues, request for a call or visit, or treatment issues. If it is not urgent, please email. My goal is to return emails within 24 hours. This is the easiest and quickest way to get a response. If it is semi-urgent, please feel free to text. If it is urgent, please call me. If I don't answer, please try Ron's phone. I tend to receive many non-urgent text messages and since text messaging is not part of my medical record follow-up workflow, there is a greater chance of a text message falling through the cracks. Text messages are not automatically linked to your medical record like emails are, so from a follow-up, record keeping, and continuity standpoint, it is much better to use email.
As long as calling and texting is reserved for urgent and semi-urgent matters I will be able to see messages and respond immediately as long as I am not with a patient or driving. I do put my phone on airplane mode between midnight and 7AM. If you need urgent help at this hour, it is likely something that should be addressed in an ER.
Please note that a lot of information about the membership, education, lab dates, etc. is communicated through email so please check your email to maximize the value of your membership! Also, starting with this email, Ron is adding content from these member update emails to the Member Forum page on the website, so you will be able to go to the website to find information that has been shared via email rather than digging through your inbox for old emails.